Various - How To Wreck A Nice Beach album flac
- Album: How To Wreck A Nice Beach
- FLAC: 1867 mb | MP3: 1839 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Electro, Funk, Boogie
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 324
- Format: AC3 MMF ADX MIDI AAC MOD AIFF
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Geno Jordan||You're A Peachtree Freak On Peachtree Street (Tom Noble Edit)
Edited By – Tom Noble Executive Producer – Andrew Morgan, Henry SimpsonProducer, Written-By – Geno Jordan
|B1||–Iz Army*||Brainwash (Army Of Shadows Edit)
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By, Vocoder, Other [Voice Box] – Courtney BranchWritten-By – Courtney Branch, Kurt Andrews*
|B2||–Fantasy Three||Biter's Dub (All You Have Is Yore Teeth Edit)||1:56|
NotesIn collaboration with STOPSMILING Books.
Pressed onto recycled vinyl, making each record a unique color, with lush cover art silkscreened by hand at Screwball Press, Chicago.
Vinyl includes booklet entitled "Overprogrammed For Being There"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: side A : 11-0629-a c>III
- Matrix / Runout: side B : 11-0629-b c>III
Chris Faraone reads an excerpt from Dave Tompkins' new book How to Wreck a Nice Beac.
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This is the story of how a military device became the robot voice of hip-hop and pop music. Though the vocoder, invented by Bell Labs in 1928, was designed to guard phones from eavesdroppers, it expanded beyond its original purpose and has since become widely used as a voice-altering tool for musicians. It has served both the Pentagon and the roller rink, a double agent of pop and espionage.
The mix features excerpts of cuts from Neil Young, Gary Numan, and Kraftwerk- as well as lots and lots of vocoder. via How To Wreck a Nice Beach)
We see the vocoder brush up against FDR, JFK, Stanley Kubrick, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Kraftwerk, the Cylons, Henry Kissinger, and Winston Churchill, who boomed, when vocoderized on V-E Day, We must go off! And now vocoder technology is a cell phone standard, allowing a digital replica of your.
Part one in a series focusing on the tracks mentioned in "How To Wreck A Nice Beach (The Vocoder from World War 2 to Hip Hop)" book by Dave Tompkins. Part one kicks off with the more uptempo tunes with the original version of Pack Ja. ak Man. "Breakmixer Part 2" by Victor & The Glove includes Funkmaster General - . i've mixed in just after Cold Wind Madness on this track)
Along the way, he shows that, despite what many of us have been taught, the world's various spiritual traditions all have profoundly meaningful things to say about the animal soul, if we simply know where to look. Rescuing these ancient insights and blending them with vivid stories about animals today-from a dwarf rabbit named Angus to a manatee named Moose to a black bear named Little Bit-The Divine Life of Animals paints a gloriously inclusive picture of the cosmos as a place made up of both matter and spirit, in which animals are every bit as important, spiritually.
Bam, often just headphones away from some version of deep space, is not surprised. He once named an album Warlocks and Witches, Computer Chips and Microchips and Yo. His old playlists could be a conspiracy theory themselves. To Bam, it’s William Burroughs, Gary Numan and Vincent Price who are the real vocoders.
How to Visit Wreck Beach. Wreck Beach is located on the southwestern coast of Vancouver, across from the University of British Columbia (UBC) campus. Two of the main trails down to the beach are located on either side of UBC's Museum of Anthropology; use the Museum as a landmark to orient yourself. Be prepared for lots of steps.
Download a vocoder mix by Monk One and Dave Tompkins, author of How To Wreck A Nice Beach: The Vocoder From World War Two To Hiphop. The Wire’s monthly series of salon events returns after an extended Christmas and New Year break with an illustrated talk by the magazine’s former hiphop columnist Dave Tompkins on the history of the vocoder